This week, High Fidelity is happy to announce our Spectator Camera feature!
To celebrate this new capability, we will be hosting a Spectator Camera Challenge for a chance to win $1500! The contest will culminate in the Zaru Film Festival in High Fidelity, where we’ll showcase submissions, and you can vote on your favorites!
Want to enter your own recording? We’re looking for videos that show off your favorite things about High Fidelity — the places, the people, the whacky VR hijinx, whatever you like. Be creative and show us!
Here are a few examples to get you inspired:
Prizes: $1500 USD for the final winner, $50 for entries selected for the showcase at the Zaru Film Festival.
Rules and requirements:
- Your video must be 1–2 minutes long and have been recorded using the High Fidelity Spectator Camera.
- The video must be hosted publicly on YouTube.
- Showcase your favorite things about High Fidelity, and let us see them in action!
- Entries must be your own work, and not make unauthorized use of others’ intellectual property or work.
- Must be rated “PG” — keep it clean-ish, folks!
For full legal rules, go here.
Submission deadline: Wednesday August 23rd, 2017 11:59pm PDT
Winners announced: Friday August 25th, 2017 at the Zaru Film Festival. (Please RSVP via the link!)
Submit your entry:
Please send email to email@example.com with the title “Spectator Camera Challenge Submission” and include a YouTube link to your finished video. Please make sure the video’s availability is set to “public”.
You may submit more than one entry if you wish. However, please note that we value quality over quantity, and only one of your entries will qualify for a prize.
No team entries, please — only works by individuals. (You may have as many people as you like in your video, but the entry must be submitted by an individual.)
Attend the Zaru Film Festival:
Want to see the final results of this challenge? Get more information and RSVP to the Zaru Film Festival here!
More about Spectator Camera: Using the Spectator Camera tablet app from the High Fidelity Marketplace, you can spawn a virtual camera whose viewpoint shows up on your monitor. Use the Spectator Camera with OBS Studio or other recording software to record and stream your High Fidelity adventures. It is only available in VR mode. Learn how you can download and use the Spectator Camera here, and for a deeper look at what’s behind the feature, go here.
Any additional questions? Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Looking forward to seeing what you make.